BY THE NUMBERS: Oregon State at Washington

Turnovers, win streaks and third down conversions - here's the latest edition of by the numbers heading into the seventh game of the year.

0 - The number of times the road team has won in the last two weeks in a game featuring a Pac-10 team.  Also the number of wins Washington has. They are 0-5, their worst start to a season in 39 years.

1 - OSU QB Lyle Moevao's rank in passing yards per game in the Pac-10 (264.7).

2 - The consecutive number of conference games Oregon State has won.  Tied for the longest streak in the conference with Cal, Stanford and USC.

3 - The number of consecutive times OSU has won in Husky Stadium and the consecutive number of games the Oregon State offense has scored on their first possession of the game.

4 - The consecutive number of games Jacquizz Rodgers had surpassed the 100-yard mark.  If he rushes for 100 yards against Washington he will become the first back to rush for 100 plus yards in five straight games since Steven Jackson did it in 2003.

7 - The consecutive number of games Washington has lost - tied with North Texas for the longest losing streak in the nation.

9 - The number of turnovers the Beaver defense has forced in the last four games.  The offense has turned them all into points (8 touchdowns, 1 field goal).

11.1 - The average number of passing attempts by an Oregon State opponent before they are sacked by a Beaver.

10 - The number of turnovers the Beaver offense has made.  Opposing teams have converted those turnovers into just 30 points (7 at Stanford, 3 at Penn State, 7 at Utah and 13 against Washington State).

53.2 - The Husky conversion rate on third downs - a league best and the only team in the conference above 50%.

176 - The average number of rushing yards the Beaver offense has generated in the last four games.

213 - The number of turnovers the Beaver defense has forced since 2001, good for sixth in the nation.

216 - The number of passing attempts by Oregon State quarterbacks who have been sacked only eight times for an average of only one sack per 27 attempts.

271.2 - The average number of passing yards Oregon State averages - good for 19th in the country.

435.5 - The average number of total offense the Beavers averages - good for 20th in the nation - and over 60 yards more than last year's average (371.6).


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